Rapture Take Me Away?

Q:  Rapture or false doctrine?                    

This is not the actual Rapture but a simulation.

I have long been suspicious of the “rapture” or escape of God’s people, which is a belief where true believers will leave this world before anything really bad happens.  It was in the early 1990’s when I first learned of such a belief.  In fact, it was a religious person who told me about it and let me read a book on it. I remember the book was written in the 1980’s and laced with anxiety.  One chapter ended in a terrifying climax.  It went something like, 1984 could very well be the last year we’re on this planet!  Sorry, I can’t quote it or remember the title or author but after reading that nearly a decade later it was hard for me to take “the Rapture doctrine” seriously.

EndTimePilgrim.org provides information that may be the answer.  On this site is an enlightening article from Corrie Ten Boom, which tells of what happened to the Chinese who believed in the doctrine of a rapture before the tribulation.

Rapture

Q: Rapture or false doctrine?

I have long been suspicious of this belief in the Pre-Tribulation Rapture.  A belief that Christians will leave this world before anything really bad happens. It was in the early to mid 1990’s when I first learned of this and I was a new believer. In fact, it was a religious person who told me about it and let me read a book on it. I remember the book was written in the 1980’s and laced with anxiety. One chapter ended in a terrifying climax. It went something like, 1984 could very well be the last year we’re on this planet! I can’t quote it or remember the title or author but after reading it in the nineties it was hard for me to take that book seriously nor do I recommend it.

A: The concept of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture is a lie!

Corrie ten Boom was a real person who endured real persecution. Read what she had to say regarding the Pre-Tribulation Rapture doctrine at End Time Pilgrim – Corrie page.

After you read it let me know if you found it enlightening or not.

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